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Postareff Liisa, Lindblom-Ylänne Sari & Nevgi Anne (2008). « A follow-up study of the effect of pedagogical training on teaching in higher education ». Higher Education, vol. 56, n° 1, p. 29–43. ISSN 0018-1560. En ligne : <http://www.springerlink ... ntent/d1p85tt441x8v153/>. 
Added by: Laure Endrizzi (06 Jul 2011 18:31:18 Europe/Paris)
Resource type: Journal Article
DOI: 10.1007/s10734-007-9087-z
ID no. (ISBN etc.): 0018-1560
BibTeX citation key: Postareff2008
Categories: Enseignement supérieur
Keywords: profession universitaire
Creators: Lindblom-Ylänne, Nevgi, Postareff
Collection: Higher Education
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Abstract     
The present follow-up study examines the effect of university teachers’ pedagogical training on approaches to teaching and self-efficacy beliefs measured by Approaches to Teaching Inventory and an additional part measuring motivational strategies. The effect of pedagogical training on teaching is analysed among 35 teachers who had not participated in pedagogical courses after the first measurement in 2004 as well as among 45 teachers who had acquired more pedagogical training after the first measurement. The results showed that there were more positive changes in the measured scales among teachers who had acquired more credits of pedagogical courses since the year 2004 than among teachers who had not acquired more credits. The results of the first and second measurements are compared.
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